A Moroccan prince is selling his sunny Mediterranean villa—Mediterranean-style, that is—for $13.995 million.
This palace is a mere 10,000 miles away from the Rabat seaside, in Beverly Hills, California.
Seller Moulay Souleimane Cherkaoui and his wife, Hind Hrida, bought the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion on North Beverly Drive in 2008 for $7.3 million, according to property records.
Mr. Cherkaoui is the son of Moroccan Princess Lalla Malika and cousin to the current ruler, King Mohammed VI.
The half-acre estate sits behind the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel, and has a large, tree-lined backyard, pool and outdoor entertainment area, according to the listing.
The mansion, at 7,000 square feet, was recently remodeled, according to the listing, and gives a palatial first impression (one befitting a royal family). The front door opens into a two-story limestone foyer with a winding staircase and open views to the dining room and beyond to the gardens and pool.
The updated kitchen has Italian cabinetry, wine storage, Wolf, Bosch and Sub-Zero appliances, a walk-in pantry and second sink. There’s also a formal dining area, library and family room with a bar.
Additionally, photos of the estate show off a large patio with a grill station and several sets of French doors, a theater room and gym.
Listing agent Aouri Makhlouf of Coldwell Banker did not immediately return requests for comment. The sellers could not immediately be reached for comment.
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